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Watertec India to set up plants in Gujarat, Odisha, Tamil Nadu
Watertec India, a manufacturer of bath fittings and accessories, is planning to invest around Rs 60-70 crore to set up facilities in various parts of the country. The new facilities will help the company achieve its Rs 1,400 crore revenue target by the end of FY24.

The company is planning to invest in the development of three more plants in the year 2021-2022 in Gujarat, Odisha and Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu).

It also has plans to invest in its 24 showrooms that will focus on educating customers about the company’s product offerings rather than just product promotion.

The company offers inside, outside and behind-the-wall solutions for bathrooms. The product portfolio of Watertec includes polymer and chrome-plated products in various finishes like black, rose-gold, etc and stainless steel bath fittings suitable for urban, rural, residential, commercial, hotel complexes, institutions and so on.

Established in 1997, Watertec has around 19,000 channel partners across the country and 7,00,000 sq mtr manufacturing facility.

The widespread retail network of Watertec spans across almost 17,000 dealers and is present in every corner of the country. The company has about 36 of its own warehouses across every state ensuring fast delivery of any product within 24 hours of ordering.

The company has expanded its reach to the Middle Eastern, African, South Asian and SAARC markets.

 

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Tender is out by Coimbatore corporation for modernisation/upgradation of Sangoor Canal from Metupalayam road to Ganapathy as a first phase - 3.3 km at approx 70 crores.
We need to see what is the plan they have for this and whether it includes semi ring road or just a cycle/foot/pathway
 

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Tender is out by Coimbatore corporation for modernisation/upgradation of Sangoor Canal from Metupalayam road to Ganapathy as a first phase - 3.3 km at approx 70 crores.
We need to see what is the plan they have for this and whether it includes semi ring road or just a cycle/foot/pathway
Can u please share the tender info?
 

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i can see this piece of information in internet about sanganoor canal

 

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CODISSIA to start construction of its defence incubation facility soon
The facility will come up at the CODISSIA Industrial Park at Kallapalayam
The Coimbatore District Small Industries Association (CODISSIA) will start construction of its defence incubation and innovation centre shortly. The facility will come up at the CODISSIA Industrial Park at Kallapalayam.
“The park was inaugurated by Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami recently. The State government will soon release a grant of ₹10 crore to develop basic infrastructure at the park. We will set up a skill development centre and the defence incubation and innovation centre at the park,” said M.V. Ramesh Babu, president of CODISSIA.
“We have submitted the building plan for approval for the incubation and innovation facility and when we get it, the construction work will start,” he said. For the skill development centre, the Association is studying the different schemes of the State and Central governments.
The CODISSIA has developed industrial parks at Moperipalayam and Kallapalayam here, on about 250 acres and 140 acres respectively. Individual industries have started construction work at the parks.
Over 400 MSMEs will come up at these two parks. The State government had given a ₹10 crore grant for the Moperipalayam park, he said.
 

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Air show organised in Coimbatore to mark 50 years of Indo-Pak war of 1971
The Indian Air Force (IAF) marked 50 years of India-Pakistan war of 1971. The air show was organised at Coimbatore’s Sulur Air Force Station which comprised of highly-skilled and well coordinated aerobatic displays. Spectators got amazed with the air show.
 

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Coimbatore Corporation turns to local manufacturer to complete multilevel car parking project
The plan to procure machinery from a Chinese manufacturer failed due to various reasons
After having waited for long for a Chinese manufacturer to supply machinery for the multilevel car parking (MLCP) project that it was executing on D.B. Road in the city, the Coimbatore Corporation had turned to an Indian manufacturer.
According to sources, the company is based out of Coimbatore. The search for an alternative to the Chinese company led the Corporation to Sieger Parking in Arasur. The civic body had to go in for an alternative because of the delay in shipping machinery during the COVID-19 pandemic and India imposing restriction on China in the wake of stand-off at border.
Sieger Parking had started work at the project site. It would soon be installing machinery to park 324 cars on four floors using a completely in-built solution.
Sieger Parking’s senior manager (Sales), Suresh Jayaprakash said the company supplied Corporation with its automated comb cart parking system, where machinery would lift and move cars to vacant parking lots on any of the four floors.
It would also supply parking management solution to the Corporation to ensure a completely automated system.
There would be no need for human intervention, he added.
The company that had installed similar parking system at a hospital and textile showroom on Cross Cut and was engaged in installing another at a hospital on Mettupalayam Road had also completed the first phase of its work for the Thiruvananthapuram Corporation.
Mr. Jayaprakash said the Thiruvananthapuram Corporation had contracted the company for a system to park 574 cars. And, it had completed phase-I of the project to park 102 cars. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan had inaugurated the phase-I in October last year.
The Coimbatore Corporation sources said that with most of the civil works done and the company in the process of completing the machinery installation soon, the civic body hoped to throw open the facility to public by March-end.
The Corporation had taken up the MLCP project at ₹ 40.78 crore.
 

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